NDC Expels Abraham Mitchell -For ‘Dishonesty & Misconduct’

MONROVIA – The National Democratic Coalition (NDC) of the Republic of Liberia has expelled its former Secretary General, Mr. Abraham B. Mitchell, from the coalition with immediate effect for repeated and unsolicited acts of betrayal, deception, dishonesty, opportunism, ineffectiveness, worthlessness, and gross indiscipline.

A Resolution of the NDC states that these acts by Mr. Mitchell are “incompatible with the Protocol and principles of the NDC and harmful to the promotion of institutional harmony, solidarity, growth, and development.”

According to the resolution, for “these acts of misbehavior, uselessness, and many more misconduct unstated here, [as well as ] wrongs which constitute pro-regime and anti-people activities that deliberately aim at supporting the establishment of a one-party dominant state in the Republic of Liberia, Mr. Abraham B. Mitchell is hereby discarded as a dangerous, harmful, and poisonous political animal, dismissed from the position of Secretary General of the National Democratic Coalition, and unconditionally expelled from the NDC.

The resolution signed by the National Chairman of the New DEAL Movement, Nigba Wiaplah, along with the Chairman of the Chairman of the Free Democratic Party (FDP) who is also vice Chairman for Administration/NDC, Ciapha S. Gbollie, New Deal Vice Chairman for National Affairs Thomas Kaydor, amongst others was categorical in stating further, “Against a mortal man in this free land of liberty is such an action not been unjustly considered; for that this wrath of Party should descend on a man who once walked amongst us is for generations unborn to know that service for the purpose of people and country is more noble and higher a cause than reckless drive for self-enrichment and fame”

The NDC Resolution also signed by NDC’s Vice Chair for Gender Affairs – Mariam Saah, and approved by the NDC’s Political Leader Nyaqoi K. Kargbo and the Coalition’s Chairman Alaric K. Tokpa,  maintained that they were taking the stance, “… standing by the graveside of the martyrs with contorted faces but with our heads unbowed.”

Hereafter, they NDC maintained in its resolution that as of this day of the resolution, any individual(s), institution(s), or organization(s) doing business with Mr. Abraham B. Mitchell in the name of the NDC shall be doing so at his, her, it’s, or their own risk, calling on all concerned therefore take note and cooperate accordingly.

.Efforts to get Mr. Mitchell on NDC’s decision proved unsuccessful up to press time.

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